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Deru se kao da ih nesto bas boli
« on: December 16, 2009, 06:42:34 AM »
A British woman has admitted to breaching an anti-social behaviour order by having noisy sex.

Caroline Cartwright was served with a civil order over marathon romps with husband Steve, described in court as "unnatural" and "like they are both in considerable pain."

Neighbours at their home in Washington, south of Newcastle in northeast England, had complained about the noise, as did passers-by and the postman.

And on Tuesday Cartwright pleaded guilty at Newcastle Crown Court to violating the order three times in April.

An anti-social behaviour order, or ASBO for short, is a civil order made against people deemed to be a public nuisance, and is more typically issued for young delinquents using threatening behaviour, or disrupting the peace.

At an earlier hearing the court was told that the local council set up special equipment in a neighbour's flat and recorded noise levels of 30-40 decibels, peaking at 47, as loud as a conversation in the same room.

The couple's neighbour Rachel O'Connor said: "It's just quite unnatural. The noise sounds like they are both in considerable pain. I cannot describe the noise. Totally excessive and I have never, ever heard anything like it.

"I put my television in my bedroom on as loud as it could go and they drown it out."

Znaci uznemiravali komsije, prolaznike i postara jer su se drali ko magarci (ona, uglavnom, majstor je radio :) ).

Ja imala komsije koji su udarali lopticom o zajednicki zid, nisu se kresali na glas (ako su se kresali uopste). OK, studentski dani se ne racunaju, tad je bilo veselije u komsiluku  :|
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